Drop into our Job Shops on Thursday 4th and 11th November and find out what it will be like to work in our new theatre in the heart of Brixton.
Meet our Associate Artists! We’re proud to announce the first cohort of Brixton House associates from 2021-23.
Get to know us: We’re building our team as well as our venue! The Brixton House staff team talk about our roles, interests and what we love about Brixton. Four new members of staff have joined Brixton House this summer. Learn more
Koko Brown on making theatre about mental health:
Where do you start with making work about mental health?
Well, this is really easy. The first place that I always start when making work about mental health or actually about anything is I ask myself, ‘Am I ready to make this thing? Am I ready to begin this journey? Am I ready to tell this story? Am I ready to open myself up in this way?’
3rd – 9th May 2021. We’re celebrating the Deaf and Hard of Hearing artists and creators in our communities, and revisiting some Ovalhouse productions. #DeafAwarenessWeek
What stories have you been living with and longing to tell? Calling all storytellers to share your stories with us and together we will bring them to life.
My name is Georgia, and I’m the project assistant who holds most of the communication with the young women in Imagining Futures. I know first hand how important the arts are as a tool of expression and to support mental health.
Brixton House has been awarded a £1,215,152 Capital Kickstart grant as part of the Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund. Artistic Director and joint CEO Gbolahan Obisesan responds to the news with a video statement.
A poetic response to Article 25 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights to mark #HumanRightsDay2020.
“Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family… All children, whether born in or out of wedlock, shall enjoy the same social protection.”
This October we wanted to celebrate the history that is currently being made, the Black people in our communities teaching, guiding, representing and uplifting each other. We celebrated groups and individuals local to us in Brixton and in our wider theatre community across London. Thank you to all the #BlackHistoryMakers! A few people were kind…
Brixton House has been awarded £250,000 as part of the Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund (CRF) to help face the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic and to ensure they have a sustainable future, the Culture Secretary has announced today.
Brixton House is sponsoring Joana Nastari to take part in the Freelance Task Force. Keep reading to find out more about the aims of the Taskforce and how to get in touch.